ROYAL ARCH MASONIC HOME Careers and Employment
Health Care Aide in Vancouver, BC
on 7 April 2018
Management are very supportive
I learned a lot of variety experience dealing with the residents and families. Loved to work in this work setting with friendly co-workers and managers. The hardest part of the job is when we get into our separate ways when this company became private it's so hard to say goodbye's to our loving residents,resident's families, co-workers and managers.The most enjoyable part of this job is when everybody get along very good especially with my residents, treated as my own family also.
HEALTH CARE AIDE in Vancouver, BC
on 8 May 2020
Don’t work here!
One of the worst places I worked at. Very unprofessional management and they treat care aides poorly. The pay is bad for how hard the job is. You can find a much better place to work at than here
Director of Environmental Services in Vancouver, BC
on 6 May 2020
not my fit
no thank you, it wasn't for me. others may enjoy and like it but i did not. i do not like seeing the way some members of staff were spoken to. just not for me
Licensed Practical Nurse in Burnaby, BC
on 22 August 2019
Great staff and management
I worked at this location for 2 years. The nurses I worked with were the best i have worked with in my 10year nursing experience. Staffing is helpful when assistance is required. Young aged nurses working in a long term care facility is a great feeling! Consistent learning available via in services.
Resident Care Aide in Vancouver, BC
on 7 March 2016
resident care attendant- enjoyable job
work is interesting, daily changes. I learned every day from all my coworker,elderly etc. I have to give priority to residents's activities of daily living. I am really good in maintaining a supportive environment for residents.
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